A change in the work and job training requirements for Indiana's food stamp program has cost 18,300 people some of their benefits.
The Owen County Farmers’ Market plans to allow food stamps this summer, but that won’t happen immediately because of delays at the state level.
Starting in March, able-bodied Hoosiers without dependents will need to be employed or attend a job training program to continue receiving SNAP benefits.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a new Farm Bill , which cuts SNAP benefits and farm subsidies. But these reductions aren't bad things for Hoosiers.
The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration has informed food stamp recipients of schedule changes starting in January.
Beneficiaries of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program will receive their benefits on a different day because of a legislative change.
Hoosiers are seeing a reduction in food stamp benefits because the federal stimulus dollars that were boosting the program have run out.
More than half of the nation’s fast food workers use public aid programs to support their families according to a new labor study released Tuesday.
A plan to fundamentally change the SNAP program would cut funding by about 20%.